A Queensland billboard company has received a $250K fine after a worker received an electric shock from a powerline the company knew was a hazard.
We review the key safety issues associated with crane lifting in Australia and the key precautions required to remain safe.
Safe Work Australia is seeking feedback on its proposal to adopt version seven of the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals.
A man was convicted and fined $12,000 in what is believed to be the first successful bullying prosecution under the harmonised WHS laws, nationally.
The high-profile conviction of a Queensland man under WHS laws has been overturned, with the judge's misinstruction to the jury cited as the cause.
A new study has found that workplace exercise programs reduce the risk of metabolic syndrome, which affects 35% of Australians.
The Age has been ordered to pay $180K in damages after one of their journalists developed PTSD as a result of her work.
Resilience is crucial to combating stress in the workplace. We provide 7 tactics employers should use to build resilience in their teams.
Mining & Quarry Industry Guide to Workplace Safety 2019/20 – Released
Following two major reviews, a national industrial manslaughter offence is back on the agenda. So what is the likelihood of a national approach?
Ever wondered what it takes to be in charge of safety for the AFL? Believe it or not, a talent for numbers and laws — the Laws of the Game.
Engineered stone manufacturers could soon face a national class action after their product led to Australian stonemasons' silicosis.
An initiative designed to improve safety around scaffolding has been launched by SafeWork NSW.
The risk of falling from a fixed caged ladder has been highlighted after a worker fell eight metres over a guardrail during an incident in 2017.
The augmented reality guide is now available and free to retirement and residential living facilities.